Back in November, we reported that Kenneth Branagh would be receiving the Dilys Powell Award from The London Film Critics’ Circle. Branagh was recognized for his 34-year career of fantastic work in front of, as well as behind, the camera. The London Film Critics’ Circle awards ceremony took place in London last weekend. Judi Dench...read more!
Maisie Williams is a talented young actress, best known for her role as Arya on Game of Thrones. In fact, she is so talented that the Bath Chronicle reports that she attended the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards and won the Young British/Irish Performer of the Year Award for her role in the movie The... Show More Summary
Maisie Williams dropped the riddle of the year this week regarding the fate of Jon Snow (Kit Harington). Speaking at the London Film Critics' Circle Awards, the Game of Thrones star appeared to confirm Snow's return, but then reaffirmed that he's not alive. Show More Summary
Maisie Williams shows off some leg as she arrives for the 2016 London Critics’ Circle Film Awards held at The Mayfair Hotel on Sunday night (January 17) in London, England. The 18-year-old Game of Thrones actress took home the big honor of Young British/Irish Performer of the Year honor! PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]
What a lovely day! Mad Max: Fury Road won practically every award at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday night, and it's not showing any signs of stopping. The George Miller masterpiece continued to win big at the London Film Critics' Circle on Monday adding three more awards to its résumé! Related: Miller Says He Won't Direct Mad [...]
George Miller’s Max Max: Fury Road won best film and director of the year at the London Film Critics’ Circle Awards and Andrew Haigh’s 45 Years took home the best British/Irish film of the year along with best actor and actress of the year for Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling respectively. Show More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson accepted a special award for The Hateful Eight composer Ennio Morricone at the New York Film Critics Circle 81st Gala at Tao on Monday night. Morricone was commissioned to compose The Hateful Eight's elegant overture. Show More Summary
Saoirse Ronan arrives at the 2016 New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Monday (January 4) in New York City. The 21-year-old Brooklyn actress received a Best Actress award for her work in the John Crowley directed film. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Saoirse Ronan Saoirse, who was born in the Bronx and [...]
Samuel L. Jackson and Walton Goggins get together for a photograph on the red carpet while attending the 2015 New York Film Critics Circle Awards held at TAO Downtown on Monday (January 4) in New York City. The 67-year-old actor and his 44-year-old Hateful Eight co-star were joined by Michael Keaton, Alec Baldwin and his [...]
Maybe it's the new year, or maybe it was this particular event, but the usually stoic Kristen Stewart looked quite happy at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards at Tao Downtown in New York on Monday night. And by happy, we mean, like, really happy. Just look at that smile! Who is she... Continue reading
With her slicked-back, side-parted hair and all-black outfit, Kristen Stewart made a major statement at Monday night's New York Film Critics Circle Awards. Kristen was there to pick up a best supporting actress honor for her role inShow More Summary
Accepting his Best Director nod for Carol from the New York Film Critics Circle on Monday night, Todd Haynes recalled arriving as a boy in New York from Los Angeles in 1970. “This award has a very special meaning for me, coming as it...Show More Summary
Kristen Stewart hits the red carpet in style for the 2015 New York Film Critics Circle Awards held at TAO Downtown on Monday (January 4) in New York City. The 25-year-old actress won the Best Supporting Actress award for her work in Clouds of Sils Maria! Congrats on the big win, Kristen! PHOTOS: Check out [...]
The London Critics’ Circle has fallen for Todd Haynes’ Carol, giving it seven nominations for its 36th annual Film Awards which will take place next month. The nods for Carol include Film of the Year and and Actress of the Year mentions for both Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. Show More Summary
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Awards nominations are a regular occurrence for Leonardo DiCaprio, who turns up on prestigious seasonal film lists as often as a hunter returns to the woods. On Thursday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. honored DiCaprio with a Golden Globe actor — drama nomination for his role as a wounded fur...
We've gotten this far into the awards season and we're yet to get a frontrunner for most of the major prizes. Last week, Carol made a strong showing at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards—winning best film, director, screenplay, and cinematography. But it seems that tastes differ between coasts, as... More »
“The lesbian drama starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara made a strong showing, taking Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Cinematography” – although, in an upset, not Blanchett for Best Actress.
As we wade deeper and deeper into the 2015 awards season, one thing has become increasingly clear: there are almost no frontrunners in any category. A number of “sure thing” predictions from a few months ago, like Leonardo DiCaprio finally taking home an Oscar statuette for The Revenant, now feel a little more embattled. Show More Summary
This is a wonderful start to awards season! Todd Haynes’ lesbian-themed Carol, based on Patricia Highsmith’s groundbreaking novel The Price of Salt, was awarded four top honors from the New York Film Critics Circle, including best picture,...Show More Summary